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London Architecture Festival

Posted by on October 6, 2018 – 09:26 pm

London Architecture Festival

The 2016 London Festival of Architecture (LFA) celebrates London as a global hub of architecture. The theme of the London Festival of Architecture 2016 is “Community”, and the festival aims to connect with as many people as possible to demonstrate architecture’s relevance to London and its diverse communities. The festival programme features exhibitions and events organised by London’s leading architectural, cultural and academic institutions alongside architects, designers, curators and community groups from around the UK. To celebrate LFA, New…

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London Zoo Architecture

Posted by on August 7, 2018 – 07:49 pm

London Zoo Architecture

Since ZSL London Zoo opened in 1828, many leading architects have contributed to the built environment of the Zoo, creating a collection of buildings that includes two Grade I and eight Grade II listed structures. In 1826, Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles along with Sir Humphrey Davy founded the Zoological Society of London. Decimus Burton (1800-1881) was asked to lay out the grounds and housing for the animals in London Zoo. Decimus, whose name derives from the fact that he was the tenth of ten children, was an extraordinarily gifted architect and many…

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Universities in Glasgow

Posted by on June 16, 2018 – 06:07 pm

Universities in Glasgow

Population 593, Student population 45, Glasgow is Scotland s largest city, and one of Britain s liveliest. Glasgow has campaigned vigorously and successfully to change its mean city image. Home of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow School of Art, it is Scotland s cultural capital. Scotland s opera, ballet and national orchestra are based in the city, which also boasts a profusion of art galleries, museums and theatres. Students find the locals generally very friendly. The three universities are within easy reach of one another and many…

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London Architecture

Posted by on May 31, 2018 – 03:57 pm

London Architecture

The London Architecture Diary is your essential guide to architecture exhibitions and events taking place across London, brought to you by New London Architecture. Since launching in 2005, the LAD mission has been to communicate the diverse array of architecture-related programmes that take place at cultural institutions and independent venues across the city. As of Spring 2015, LAD will now be championed by NLA, the diary s new home. Supported by leading museums, galleries and architecture schools, the London Architecture Diary provides listings…

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Architecture word origin

Posted by on May 7, 2018 – 01:11 pm

Architecture word origin

The visual arts and building and construction produced during the era in the history of Western that roughly coincides with the 17th century. The earliest manifestations, which occurred in Italy, date from the latter decades of the 16th century, while in some regions, notably Germany and colonial South America, certain culminating achievements of Baroque did not occur until the 18th century. The work that distinguishes the Baroque period is stylistically complex, even contradictory. In general, however, the desire to evoke emotional states by appealing…

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Sustainable Architecture London

Posted by on January 15, 2018 – 08:55 am

Sustainable Architecture London

Sustainable Architecture London – Alternative London Walking Tour Building sustainably is one of the biggest issues of our time. But as the UK government’s ambitious target to build zero carbon homes by 2016 and zero carbon non-domestic buildings by 2019 looms ever closer, what are architects and designers doing to make the capital’s buildings greener? Award-winning Insider London’s alternative London walking tour takes an in-depth look at the environmentally-friendly, uplifting buildings shaping London’s landscape. From the world’s first building…

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Architecture Design London

Posted by on October 21, 2017 – 08:38 pm

Architecture Design London

The extended degree route provides an intensive preparatory foundation year prior to progression onto the BA Architecture (RIBA Part 1) or BA Interior Architecture and Design at The Cass. During this foundation year you’ll gain experience in a broad range of design skills and techniques and will be introduced to the concepts that form the cornerstones of architecture and interior design. At the end of Year 0, you’ll have worked to produce a substantial portfolio of high quality work and will progress onto Year 1 of a degree in architecture, interior…

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Architectural Photographers London

Posted by on May 25, 2017 – 12:05 pm

Architectural Photographers London

The overall winner of the Arcaid Images Architectural Photography Award in association with Sto and supported by World Architecture Festival (WAF) is -Fernando Guerra. Fernando Guerra had the highest scoring image overall with this image of EPFL Quartier Nord, Ecublens Switzerland. The category ‘Buildings in Use’ and the Architect: Richter Dahl Rocha & Associés. 2015 AWARDS The winner was announced at the Gala Dinner of the World Architecture Festival in Singapore and presented by Paul Finch of WAF to Lynne Bryant of Arcaid and David Tyndall…

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Architectural Assistant London

Posted by on May 3, 2017 – 10:02 am

Architectural Assistant London

Architecture Jobs in London and the UK since 1997, advertise jobs for free. Whether looking for Part II jobs or trying to find the right architect, we would love to hear from you. This Architecture Job Board makes sure Architects find the Part II jobs they deserve. works with the best Architectural practices in the world. This site is for Architects (Recently Qualified, Senior or Project Architects), Architectural designers, Architectural Assistants (Part I & II), Architectural Technicians, Architectural Technologists, BIM Specialists (BIM…

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Modern Architecture London

Posted by on April 11, 2017 – 06:31 am

Modern Architecture London

With a history dating back to the Roman Empire, you might expect London’s skyline to be dominated by centuries-old stone behemoths – and to at least a certain extent, you’d be right. Stalwart structures like Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London predate the city’s Great Fire of ‘66 (that’s 1, mind you), adding that quintessential air of medieval grandeur we non-Europeans have come to expect from the continent’s western capitals. But what makes London so architecturally astounding isn’t necessarily its remnants of antiquity, but rather what happens…

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